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Armstrong, R.W. (1996) The relationship between culture and perception of ethical problems in international Marketing. Journal of Business Ethics, 15 (11). pp. 1199-1208.

Attwell, K. (2013) Bent twigs and olive branches: Exploring the narratives of dissident Israeli Jews. Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 13 (1). pp. 20-37.

Bal, C.S. (2014) Production politics and migrant labour advocacy in Singapore. Journal of Contemporary Asia, In press .

Beeson, M. and Firth, A. (1998) Neoliberalism as a political rationality: Australian public policy since the 1980s. Journal of Sociology, 34 (3). pp. 215-231.

Beeson, M. and Hadiz, V.R. (1998) Labor and the politics of structural adjustment in Australia and Indonesia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 28 (3). pp. 291-309.

Beeson, M. and Jayasuriya, K. (1998) The political rationalities of regionalism: APEC and the EU in comparative perspective. The Pacific Review, 11 (3). pp. 311-336.

Beeson, M. and Jayasuriya, K. (2009) The politics of asian engagement: Ideas, institutions, and academics. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 55 (3). pp. 360-374.

Beeson, M. and Li, F. (2012) Charmed or alarmed? Reading China's regional relations. Journal of Contemporary China, 21 (73). pp. 35-51.

Beeson, M. and McDonald, M. (2013) The politics of climate change in Australia. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 59 (3). pp. 331-348.

Beeson, M., Soko, M. and Yong, W. (2011) The new resource politics: Can Australia and South Africa accommodate China? International Affairs, 87 (6). pp. 1365-1384.

Berger, M.T. and Beeson, M. (1998) Lineages of liberalism and miracles of modernisation: The World Bank, the East Asian trajectory and the international development debate. Third World Quarterly, 19 (3). pp. 487-504.

Boyd, J.G. (2005) ‘A Forgotten “Hero”: Kawahara Misako and Japan’s informal Imperialism in Mongolia during the Meiji Period’. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, 11 .

Boyd, J.G. (2010) Horse power: the Japanese army, Mongolia and the horse, 1927–43. Japan Forum, 22 (1). 23 - 42.

Boyd, J.G. (2002) In Pursuit of an Obsession: Japan in Inner Mongolia in the 1930s. Japanese Studies, 22 (3). 289 - 303.

Boyd, J.G. (2011) Japanese cultural diplomacy in action: The Zenrin kyōkai in Inner Mongolia, 1933-45. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 41 (2). pp. 266-288.

Boyd, J.G. (2013) Undercover Acolytes: Honganji, the Japanese Army, and Intelligence-Gathering Operations. Journal of Religious History, 37 (2). pp. 185-205.

Boyd, J.G. (2013) The army that never was: The unrealistic 1936 Kwantung army plan for an Inner Mongolian army. Japanese Studies, 33 (2). pp. 171-183.

Boyd, J.G. (2012) In Search of Shambhala? Nicholas Roerich’s 1934–5 Inner Mongolian Expedition. Inner Asia, 14 (2). pp. 257-277.

Boyd, J.G. (2010) 'A very quiet, outspoken, pleasant gentleman (sic)': The United States Military Attaché's reports on Baron von Ungern-Sternberg, March 1921. Inner Asia, 12 (2). pp. 365-377.

Brewis-Weston, S.G. and Lewis, P.E.T. (1996) The Singapore Pork Market: A preliminary assessment of the potential for Australian exports. Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics, 64 (1). pp. 101-110.

Brown, D. (2008) The ethnic majority: Benign or malign? Nations and Nationalism, 14 (4). pp. 768-788.

Carroll, T.J. and Hameiri, S. (2007) Good governance and security: The limits of Australia's new aid programme. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 37 (4). pp. 410-430.

Chu, Y. (2014) The politics of reception: 'Made in China' and Western critique. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 17 (2). pp. 159-173.

Gerard, K. (2013) From the ASEAN People's Assembly to the ASEAN Civil Society Conference: The boundaries of civil society advocacy. Contemporary Politics, 19 (4). pp. 411-426.

Hadiz, V.R. (2004) Indonesian local party politics. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (4). pp. 615-636.

Hadiz, V.R. (2014) A New Islamic populism and the contradictions of development. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 44 (1). pp. 125-143.

Hadiz, V.R. (2013) The Rise of Capital and the Necessity of Political Economy. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 43 (2). pp. 208-225.

Hadiz, V.R. and Robison, R. (2012) Political economy and Islamic politics: Insights from the Indonesian case. New Political Economy, 17 (2). pp. 137-155.

Hadiz, V.R. and Teik, K.B. (2011) Approaching Islam and politics from political economy: a comparative study of Indonesia and Malaysia. The Pacific Review, 24 (4). pp. 463-485.

Hameiri, S. (2014) Avian influenza, ‘viral sovereignty’, and the politics of health security in Indonesia. The Pacific Review, 27 (3). pp. 333-356.

Hameiri, S. (2009) Beyond methodological nationalism, but where to for the study of regional governance? Australian Journal of International Affairs, 63 (3). pp. 430-441.

Hameiri, S. (2011) Bringing State Theory Back In: Why We Should Let Go of ‘Failed States’. Global Dialogue, 13 (1).

Hameiri, S. (2009) Capacity and its fallacies: International state building as state transformation. Millennium - Journal of International Studies, 38 (1). pp. 55-81.

Hameiri, S. (2007) Failed states or a failed paradigm? State capacity and the limits of institutionalism. Journal of International Relations and Development, 10 (2). pp. 122-149.

Hameiri, S. (2009) Governing disorder: the Australian Federal Police and Australia's new regional frontier. The Pacific Review, 22 (5). pp. 549-574.

Hameiri, S. (2012) Mitigating the risk to primitive accumulation: State-building and the logging boom in Solomon Islands. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 42 (3). pp. 405-426.

Hameiri, S. (2009) State Building or Crisis Management? A critical analysis of the social and political implications of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands. Third World Quarterly, 30 (1). pp. 35-52.

Hameiri, S. (2011) State transformation, territorial politics and the management of transnational risk. International Relations, 25 (3). pp. 381-397.

Hameiri, S. (2013) Theorising regions through changes in statehood: Rethinking the theory and method of comparative regionalism. Review of International Studies, 39 (2). pp. 313-335.

Hameiri, S. (2007) The Trouble with RAMSI: Reexamining the Roots of Conflict in Solomon Islands. The Contemporary Pacific, 19 (2). pp. 409-441.

Hameiri, S. (2014) The crisis of liberal peacebuilding and the future of statebuilding. International Politics, 51 (3). pp. 316-333.

Hameiri, S. (2009) The region within: RAMSI, the Pacific Plan and new modes of governance in the Southwest Pacific. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 63 (3). pp. 348-360.

Hameiri, S. and Jayasuriya, K. (2011) Regulatory regionalism and the dynamics of territorial politics: the case of the Asia-Pacific Region. Political Studies, 59 (1). pp. 20-37.

Hameiri, S. and Jones, L. (2013) The politics and governance of non-traditional security. International Studies Quarterly, 57 (3). pp. 462-473.

Hameiri, S. and Kuhn, F.P. (2011) Introduction: Risk, risk management and international relations. International Relations, 25 (3). pp. 275-279.

Hewison, K. (2014) Considerations on inequality and politics in Thailand. Democratization, 21 (5). pp. 846-866.

Higgott, R. (2004) After neoliberal globalization: The "securitization" of U.S. foreign economic policy in East Asia. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (3). pp. 425-444.

Hill, D.T. (1979) Alienation and Opposition to Authoritarianism in the Novels of Ashadi Siregar. RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, 13 (1). pp. 25-43.

Hill, D.T. (2003) Communication for a new democracy: Indonesia's first online elections. The Pacific Review, 16 (4). pp. 525-548.

Hill, D.T. (2002) East Timor and the Internet: Global Political Leverage in/on Indonesia. Indonesia , 73 . pp. 25-51.

Hill, D.T. (2005) Media mobilised in Manado’s mayoral poll. AsiaView, 15 (1).

Hill, D.T. (2003) Plotting public participation on Indonesia's Internet. South East Asia Research, 11 (3). pp. 297-325.

Hill, D.T. (2006) Politik Identitas dalam Budaya Indonesia/Melayu (Identity Politics in Indonesian/Malay Culture). Susastra, 2 (4). pp. 1-15.

Hill, D.T. (1993) Writing on the border: Irian, Indonesian literature and Gerson Poyk's "Matias Akankari". SPAN, 34 & 35 . pp. 178-183.

Hughes, C. (2008) Cambodia in 2007: Development and Dispossession. Asian Survey, 48 (1). pp. 69-74.

Hughes, C. (2009) Cambodia in 2008: Consolidation in the Midst of Crisis. Asian Survey, 49 (1). pp. 206-212.

Hughes, C. (2010) Cambodia in 2009: The Party's Not Over Yet. Southeast Asian Affairs . pp. 85-99.

Hughes, C. (2013) Friction, Good Governance and the Poor: Cases from Cambodia. International Peacekeeping, 20 (2). pp. 144-158.

Hughes, C. (2011) Soldiers, monks, borders: Violence and contestation in the greater Mekong Sub-region. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 41 (2). pp. 181-205.

Hughes, C. (2011) The politics of knowledge: ethnicity, capacity and return in post-conflict reconstruction policy. Review of International Studies, 37 (04). pp. 1493-1514.

Hughes, C. and Hutchison, J. (2012) Development effectiveness and the politics of commitment. Third World Quarterly, 33 (1). pp. 17-36.

Jayasuriya, K. (2005) Beyond institutional fetishism: From the developmental to the regulatory state. New Political Economy, 10 (3). pp. 381-387.

Jayasuriya, K. (2009) Regulatory regionalism in the Asia-Pacific: Drivers, instruments and actors. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 63 (3). pp. 335-347.

Jayasuriya, K. (1996) The rule of law and capitalism in East Asia. The Pacific Review, 9 (3). pp. 367-388.

Jayasuriya, K. and Hewison, K. (2004) The antipolitics of good governance. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (4). pp. 571-590.

Jayasuriya, K. and Rodan, G. (2007) Beyond hybrid regimes: more participation, less contestation in Southeast Asia. Democratization, 14 (5). pp. 773-794.

Jayasuriya, K. and Rodan, G. (2007) New trajectories for political regimes in Southeast Asia. Democratization, 14 (5). pp. 767-772.

Kimura, Jun, Staniforth, M., Lien, L.T. and Sasaki, R. (2013) Naval Battlefield Archaeology of the Lost Kublai Khan Fleets. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 43 (1). pp. 76-86.

Larsen, R.K., Acebes, J.M. and Belen, A. (2011) Examining the assumptions of integrated coastal management: Stakeholder agendas and elite cooption in Babuyan Islands, Philippines. Ocean & Coastal Management, 54 (1). pp. 10-18.

Liss, C. (2009) Losing control? The privatisation of anti-piracy services in Southeast Asia. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 63 (3). pp. 390-403.

Loh, K.S. (2007) Black areas: Urban kampongs and power relations in post-war Singapore historiography. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 22 (1). pp. 1-29.

Loh, K.S. (2009) History, memory, and identity in modern Singapore: Testimonies from the urban margins. Oral History Review, 36 (1). pp. 1-24.

Loh, K.S. (2006) Records and voices of social history: The case of the great depression in Singapore. Southeast Asian Studies, 44 (1). pp. 31-54.

Lucas, A. and Warren, C. (2003) The state, the people, and their mediators: The struggle over Agrarian law reform in Post-new order Indonesia. Indonesia, 76 . pp. 87-126.

Manez, K.S., Dandava, L. and Ekau, W. (2014) Fishing the last frontier: The introduction of the marine aquarium trade and its impact on local fishing communities in Papua New Guinea. Marine Policy, 44 . pp. 279-286.

McCarthy, J.F. (2005) Between adat and state: Institutional arrangements on Sumatra's forest frontier. Human Ecology, 33 (1). pp. 57-82.

Moriyama, T. (2009) Communicating Provincials: The Correspondence Network of Suzuki Bokushi (1770–1842). Japanese Studies, 29 (1). pp. 47-63.

Pepinsky, T.B., Geddes, B., McCargo, D., Robison, R., Kuhonta, E.M., Slater, D. and Vu, T. (2010) Roundtable discussion of Erik Martinez Kuhonta, Dan Slater, and Tuong Vu's Southeast Asia in political science: Theory, region, and qualitative analysis. Journal of East Asian Studies, 10 (2). pp. 171-208.

Rakhmani, I. (2013) Regime and representation: Islam in Indonesian television, 1962 to 1998. RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, 47 (1). pp. 61-88.

Rakhmani, I. (2012) A note on Jayapura. RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, 46 (1). pp. 151-157.

Robison, R. (2011) Fighting on all fronts: Chalmers Johnson's forty year intellectual war and his legacy. The Pacific Review, 24 (1). pp. 15-19.

Robison, R. (1996) The politics of ‘Asian values'. The Pacific Review, 9 (3). pp. 309-327.

Rodan, G. (2009) Accountability and authoritarianism: Human rights in Malaysia and Singapore. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 39 (2). pp. 180-203.

Rodan, G. (1998) Asia and the international press: the political significance of expanding markets. Democratization, 5 (2). pp. 125-154.

Rodan, G. (2000) Asian crisis, transparency and the international media in Singapore. The Pacific Review, 13 (2). pp. 217-242.

Rodan, G. (2014) Civil society activism and political parties in Malaysia: Differences over local representation. Democratization . pp. 1-22.

Rodan, G. (1997) Civil society and other political possibilities in Southeast Asia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 27 (2). pp. 156-178.

Rodan, G. (2012) Competing ideologies of political representation in Southeast Asia. Third World Quarterly, 33 (2). pp. 311-332.

Rodan, G. (2002) Do markets need transparency? the pivotal cases of Singapore and Malaysia. New Political Economy, 7 (1). pp. 23-47.

Rodan, G. (2003) Embracing electronic media but suppressing civil society: Authoritarian consolidation in Singapore. The Pacific Review, 16 (4). pp. 503-524.

Rodan, G. (2004) International capital, Singapore's state companies, and security. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (3). 479-499 .

Rodan, G. (2009) New modes of political participation and Singapore's nominated members of parliament. Government and Opposition, 44 (4). pp. 438-462.

Rodan, G. (1997) Singapore in 1996: extended election fever. Asian Survey, 37 (2). pp. 175-180.

Rodan, G. (1998) Singapore in 1997: living with the neighbors. Asian Survey, 38 (2). pp. 177-182.

Rodan, G. (2006) Singapore in 2005: "vibrant and cosmopolitan" without political pluralism. Asian Survey, 46 (1). pp. 180-186.

Rodan, G. (1992) Singapore's leadership transition: erosion or refinement of authoritarian rule? Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, 24 (1). pp. 3-17.

Rodan, G. (1992) Singapore: emerging tensions in the "dictatorship of the Middle Class". The Pacific Review, 5 (4). pp. 370-381.

Rodan, G. (1996) The internationalization of ideological conflict: Asia's new significance. The Pacific Review, 9 (3). pp. 328-351.

Rodan, G. (1998) The internet and political control in Singapore. Political Science Quarterly, 113 (1). pp. 63-89.

Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2004) Closing the circle? globalization, conflict, and political regimes. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (3). pp. 383-404.

Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2004) Governance and conflict. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (4). pp. 567-569.

Rodan, G. and Hughes, C. (2012) Ideological coalitions and the international promotion of social accountability: The Philippines and Cambodia compared. International Studies Quarterly, 56 (2). pp. 367-380.

Rodan, G. and Jayasuriya, K. (2009) Capitalist development, regime transitions and new forms of authoritarianism in Asia. The Pacific Review, 22 (1). pp. 23-47.

Rodan, G. and Jayasuriya, K. (2007) The technocratic politics of administrative participation: case studies of Singapore and Vietnam. Democratization, 14 (5). pp. 795-815.

Sargeson, S. (2002) Subduing “The Rural House-building Craze”: Attitudes towards housing construction and land use controls in four Zhejiang villages. The China Quarterly, 172 . pp. 927-955.

Schlüter, A., Wise, S., Manez, K.S., de Morais, G. and Glaser, M. (2013) Institutional change, sustainability and the sea. Sustainability, 5 (12). pp. 5373-5390.

Scott, I. (2013) Institutional Design and Corruption Prevention in Hong Kong. Journal of Contemporary China, 22 (79). pp. 77-92.

Scott, I. (2000) The disarticulation of Hong Kong's Post-handover political system. The China Journal, 43 . pp. 29-53.

Scott, I. and Thynne, I. (2006) Guest Editors’ Preface. Public Organization Review, 6 (3). pp. 167-169.

Seng, L.K. (2005) Beyond rubber prices: negotiating the Great Depression in Singapore. South East Asia Research, 14 (1). pp. 5-31.

Seng, L.K. (2008) 'Our lives are bad but our luck is good': A Social History of Leprosy in Singapore. Social History of Medicine, 21 (2). pp. 291-309.

Steenbergen, D. (2013) The role of tourism in addressing illegal fishing: The case of a dive operator in Indonesia. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 35 (2). pp. 188-214.

Stone, D. and Beeson, M. (2013) The European Union model's influence in Asia after the Global Financial Crisis. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 12 (2). pp. 167-190.

Takamine, T. (2005) A new dynamism in Sino-Japanese security relations: Japan's strategic use of foreign aid. The Pacific Review, 18 (4). pp. 439-461.

Takamine, T. (2006) The political economy of Japanese foreign aid: The role of yen loans in China's economic growth and openness. Pacific Affairs, 79 (1). pp. 29-48.

Thompson, H. and Duggie, J. (1996) Political economy of the forestry industry in Indonesia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 26 (3). pp. 352-365.

Triastuti, E. and Rakhmani, I. (2011) Cyber taman mini indonesia indah: Ethnicity and imagi-nation in blogging culture. Internetworking Indonesia Journal, 3 (2). pp. 5-13.

Trommer, Silke (2014) Legal Opportunity in Trade Negotiations: International Law, Opportunity Structures and the Political Economy of Trade Agreements. New Political Economy, 19 (1). pp. 1-20.

Warren, C. (2004) Book Review: Tony Day. Fluid Iron: State Formation in Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2002. Pp.3 12, references, index. US$56.00 (Hc.), ISBN 0-8248-26 17-5. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 15 (3). pp. 344-364.

Warren, C. (2004) Book Review: "Culture and the Question of Rights: Forests, Coasts, and Seas in Southeast Asia", Charles Zerner (Ed.). Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 6 (3). pp. 403-406.

Warren, C. (2002) Book Review: Anne-Marie Hilsdon, Martha Macintyre, Vera Mackie and Maila Stivens (editors) Human Rights and Gender Politics Asia-Pacific Perspectives London: Routledge, 2000, ISBN 0-415-19173-4 (hbk), ix, 250 pages. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific (7).

Warren, C. (2009) Book Review: J. Stephen Lansing, Perfect order; Recognizing complexity in Bali. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2006, xii + 225 pp. ISBN 9780691027272. Price: USD 39.95 (hardback). Bijdragen tot de Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde, 165 (1). pp. 177-180.

Warren, C. (2007) Book Review: Leo Howe, The changing world of Bali; Religion, society and tourism. London: Routledge, 2005, xv + 161 pp. ISBN 0415364973. Price: USD 120.00 (hardback). Bijdragen tot de Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde, 163 (2/3). pp. 424-426.

Warren, C. (2001) Book Review: VICTOR T. KING (ed.): Environmental challenges in Southeast Asia. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon, 1998. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 64 (1). pp. 149-150.

Warren, C. (2007) Book review: Challenging Coasts: Transdisciplinary Excursions into Integrated Coastal Zone Development, Leontine Visser (Ed.). Amsterdam University Press (2004). 248 pp., € 32, 25, ISBN: 978 90 5356 682 4. Ocean & Coastal Management, 50 (9). pp. 774-777.

Warren, C. (2005) Community mapping, local planning and alternative land use strategies in Bali. Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography, 105 (1). pp. 17-29.

Warren, C. (2012) Conservation challenges in qa remote coastal community in Bali. Asian Currents . pp. 12-14.

Warren, C. (1993) Disrupted death ceremonies: Popular culture and the ethnography of Bali. Oceania, 64 (1). pp. 36-56.

Warren, C. (2005) Mapping common futures: Customary communities, NGOs and the state in Indonesia's reform era. Development and Change, 36 (1). pp. 49-73.

Warren, C. (1998) Mediating modernity in Bali. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 1 (1). pp. 83-108.

Warren, C. and Lucas, A. (1999) Land tenure policy and law in Indonesia. Indonesian Environmental History Newsletter (13). pp. 1-5.

Warren, J. (2011) Climate, natural hazards and change in Southeast Asia. Asia Currents, February 2011 . pp. 7-9.

Wilson, I.D. (2006) Continuity and change: The changing contours of organized violence in post–New Order Indonesia. Critical Asian Studies, 38 (2). pp. 265-297.

Wilson, J.D. (2012) Chinese resource security policies and the restructuring of the Asia-Pacific iron ore market. Resources Policy, 37 (3). pp. 331-339.

Wilson, J.D. (2014) Multilateral organisations and the limits to international energy cooperation. New Political Economy, In Press .

Wu, Y. (1996) Technical efficiency and firm attributes in the Chinese iron and steel industry. International Review of Applied Economics, 10 (2). pp. 235-248.

Zhang, F. (2012) China's new thinking on alliances. Survival: Global Politics and Strategy, 54 (5). pp. 129-148.

Conference Paper

Hill, D.T. (1994) David and Goliath: Regionals and Nationals in the Indonesian press battle. In: Asian Studies Association of Australia Biennial Conference: 'Environment, state and society in Asia: The legacy of the twentieth century', 13-16 July 1994, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia

Hill, D.T. (2001) East Timor and the Internet: Global Political Leverage in/on Indonesia. In: Media Cultures in Indonesia / Budaya Media di Indonesia, 2-7 April 2001, Leiden University

Hill, D.T. (2006) Ethics and Institutions in Biographical Writing on Indonesian Subjects. In: Asian Studies Association of Australia, 16th Biennial Conference, Asia Reconstructed, 26-29 June 2006, Woolongong, Australia

Hill, D.T. (2008) Knowing Indonesia from Afar: Indonesian Exiles and Australian Academics. In: 17th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia: Is this the Asian Century?, 1-3 July 2008, Melbourne, Australia pp. 1-13.

Hill, D.T. (2006) Politik Identitas dalam Budaya Indonesia/Melayu (Identity Politics in Indonesian/Malay Culture). In: Konferensi Internasional Kesusastraan XV11 (International Conference on Literature XVII), 7-10 August 2006, Jakarta, Indonesia pp. 1-15.

Rodan, G. (2004) Political Regimes and the 'War on Terror' in Southeast Asia. In: First International Sources of Insecurity Conference, The, 17-19 November 2004, Melbourne

Rodan, G. (2000) Transparency, Asian Economic Crisis and the prospects of media liberalisation. In: Transparency and the Global Political Economy, 12 February 2000, University of Warwick pp. 1-32.

Warren, C. (2003) Community mapping and the negotiation of local resource control in Bali. In: International Conference on local land use Strategies in a globalizing world, 21 - 23 August 2003, University of Copenhagen, Denmark pp. 149-172.

Conference Item

Hill, D.T. (2010) A National Strategic Plan for Indonesian in Australian Universities. In: Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia: Is this the Asian Century?, 5-8 July 2010, University of Adelaide, South Australia.

Jaiteh, V., Warren, C. and Loneragan, N. (2012) Livelihoods from predators: Shark fisheries in Eastern Indonesia. In: ASFB & OCS 2012 Joint Conference & Symposium, 15 - 18 July, Adelaide, Australia.

Marlessy, C., Morin, S. and Steenbergen, D. (2012) Social, economic and political impacts on coral reef growth. In: 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, 9 - 13 July, Cairns, Australia.

Steenbergen, D. (2012) Integrating culture and conservation: experiences from a locally managed marine area in Indonesia. In: 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, 9 - 13 July, Cairns, Australia.

Warren, J.F. (2012) Trade for bullion to trade for commodities, and 'piracy': China, the West and the Sulu, zone 1768-1898. In: Lecture: Swedish Institute for International Affairs and Sweden's National Defence College, 4 May 2012, Stockholm, Sweden.

Book Chapter

(2012) Tackling the legacies of violence and conflict: liberal institutions and contentious politics in Cambodia and East Timor. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, Oxon, pp. 263-287.

Boyd, J.G. (2011) Genghis Khan (1162-1227). In: Martel, Gordon, (ed.) Encyclopedia of War. Blackwell, London.

Boyd, J.G. (2011) Minamoto Yoshitsune (1159-89). In: Martel, Gordon, (ed.) Encyclopedia of War. Blackwell, London.

Boyd, J.G. (2011) Nogi Maresuke (1849-1912). In: Martel, Gordon, (ed.) Encyclopedia of War. Blackwell, London.

Boyd, J.G. (2011) Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543-1616). In: Martel, Gordon, (ed.) Encyclopedia of War. Blackwell, London.

Hadiz, V.R. (2012) Democracy and money politics: The case of Indonesia. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 71-82.

Hewison, K. and Rodan, G. (2012) Southeast Asia: The Left and the rise of bourgeois opposition. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 25-39.

Hewison, K. and Rodan, G. (1994) The decline of the Left in Southeast Asia. In: Miliband, R. and Panitch, L., (eds.) The Socialist Register 1994. Merlin Press, London, pp. 235-262.

Hewison, K. and Rodan, G. (1996) The ebb and flow of civil society and the decline of the Left in Southeast Asia. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Political oppositions in industrialising Asia. Routledge, London , pp. 40-71.

Higgott, R., Robison, R., Hewison, K. and Rodan, G. (1985) Theories of development and underdevelopment: implications for the study of Southeast Asia. In: Higgott, R. and Rodan, G., (eds.) Southeast Asia: essays in the political economy of structural change. Routledge & Kegan Paul,, London, pp. 16-61.

Hill, D.T. (1981) Calon Arang. In: Indonesian Folk Tales. Balai Pustaka, Jakarta, pp. 79-122.

Hill, D.T. (2013) Dari Dapur menjadi Bufet: Dari Otoritarianisme menjadi Pasar Bebas (From Kitchen to Buffet: From Authoritarianism to the Free Market). In: Triharyanto, B., Husain , C. and Eriyanto,, (eds.) Dapur Media: Antologi Liputan Media di Indonesia (Kitchen Media: An Anthology of Media Reporting in Indonesia). Yayasan Pantau (Monitor Foundation), Jakarta, Indonesia, pp. 9-17.

Hughes, C. (2009) Civil Society in Southeast Asia. In: Beeson, M., (ed.) Contemporary Southeast Asia. Palgrave Macmillan, London and New York, pp. 125-142.

Hughes, C. (2007) The Seila Program in Cambodia. In: Manor, James, (ed.) Aid that Works: Successful Development in Fragile States. The World Bank, Washington, DC, pp. 85-121.

Hughes, C. (2012) Tackling the Legacies of Violence and Conflict: Liberal Institutions and Contentious Politics in Cambodia and East Timor. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 263-287.

Hughes, C. (2009) "We just take what they offer": Community empowerment in post-war Timor-Leste. In: Newman, Edward, Paris , Roland and Richmond, Oliver P., (eds.) New Perspectives on Liberal Peacebuilding. The United Nations University Press, New York, pp. 218-242.

Hutchison, J. (2012) Labour politics in Southeast Asia: The Philippines in comparative perspective. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 40-52.

Liss, C. (2012) Commercial anti-piracy escorts in the Malacca Strait. In: Berube, C. and Cullen, P., (eds.) Maritime Private Security: Market Responses to Piracy, Terrorism and Waterborne Security Risks in the 21st Century. Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 51-64.

Liss, C. (2007) Privatization of maritime security in Southeast Asia. In: Jäger, T. and Kümmel, G., (eds.) Private Military and Security Companies Chances, Problems, Pitfalls and Prospects. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, Wiesbaden, pp. 135-148.

Lucas, A. and Warren, C. (2000) Agrarian reform in the era of reformasi. In: Manning, C. and van Diermen, P., (eds.) Indonesia in transition : social aspects of reformasi and crisis. ISEAS, Singapore, pp. 220-238.

Reveley, J. and Tull, M. (2008) Privatisation postponed: Convergence and divergence in Australian and New Zealand port reform. In: Reveley, J. and Tull, M., (eds.) Port privatisation: The Asia-Pacific experience. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 17-50.

Robison, R. (2012) Interpreting the politics of Southeast Asia: debates in parallel universes. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 5-22.

Robison, R. (2012) Introduction. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 1-4.

Robison, R., Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2005) Transplanting the neoliberal state in Southeast Asia. In: Boyd, R. and Ngo, T. W., (eds.) Asian states: beyond the developmental perspective. Routledge, London, 172 - 198.

Rodan, G. (2002) Authoritarian rule and transparency reform: Malaysia and Singapore after the economic crisis. In: Tomba, L., (ed.) East Asian capitalism: conflicts, growth and crisis. Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, Milan, pp. 253-286.

Rodan, G. (1996) Class transformations and political tensions in Singapore’s development. In: Robison, R. and Goodman, D., (eds.) The new rich in Asia: mobile phones, Mcdonalds and middle class revolution. Routledge, London, pp. 19-48.

Rodan, G. (2012) Consultative Authoritarianism and Regime Change Analysis: Implications of the Singapore Case. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 120-134.

Rodan, G. (1996) Elections without representation: the Singapore experience under the PAP. In: Taylor, R. H., (ed.) The politics of elections in Southeast Asia. Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Washington, pp. 61-89.

Rodan, G. (2009) Goh’s consensus politics of authoritarian rule. In: Welsh, B., Chin, J., Mahizhnan, A. and Tan, T. H., (eds.) Impressions of the Goh Chok Tong years in Singapore. Institute of Policy Studies and NUS Press Singapore, Singapore, pp. 61-70.

Rodan, G. (1985) Industrialisation and the Singapore state in the context of the new international division of labour. In: Higgott, R. and Robison, R., (eds.) Southeast Asia: essays in the political economy of structural change. Routledge & Kegan Paul, London; Melbourne, pp. 172-194.

Rodan, G. (2001) Introduction. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Singapore. Ashgate, Aldershot; Burlington, USA, xi-xxxviii.

Rodan, G. (1997) Introduction. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: an introduction. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 1-28.

Rodan, G. (1993) Introduction. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Singapore changes guard: social, political and economic directions in the 1990s. St. Martin's Press, New York, xi-xxii.

Rodan, G. (2006) Neoliberalism and transparency: political versus economic liberalism. In: Robison, R., (ed.) The neoliberal revolution: forging the market state. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 197-215.

Rodan, G. (1993) Preserving the one-party state in contemporary Singapore. In: Hewison, K., Robison, R and Rodan, G., (eds.) Southeast Asia in the nineties: authoritarianism, democracy and capitalism. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 75-108.

Rodan, G. (2012) Progress and limits in regional cooperation: Australia and Southeast Asia. In: Cotton, J. and Ravenhill, J., (eds.) Middle power dreaming : Australia in world affairs 2006-2010. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Victoria, pp. 165-184.

Rodan, G. (1993) Reconstructing divisions of labour: Singapore's new regional emphasis. In: Higgott, R., Leaver, R. and Ravenhill, J., (eds.) Pacific economic relations in the 1990s: cooperation or conflict? Allen & Unwin, St. Leonards, NSW, pp. 223-249.

Rodan, G. (1992) Singapore. In: Carroll , J. and Manne, R., (eds.) Shutdown: the failure of economic rationalism and how to rescue Australia. Text Publishing Co., Melbourne, pp. 77-89.

Rodan, G. (2008) Singapore "exceptionalism"? authoritarian rule and state transformation. In: Wong, J. and Friedman, E., (eds.) Political transitions in dominant party systems: learning to lose. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 231-251.

Rodan, G. (1990) Singapore: continuity in change as the new guard's agenda becomes clearer. In: Yuen, N.C and Jeshurun, C, (eds.) Southeast Asian Affairs 1990. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, pp. 295-316.

Rodan, G. (1997) Singapore: economic diversification and social divisions. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: an introduction. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 148-178.

Rodan, G. (2001) Singapore: globalisation and the politics of economic restructuring. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: conflict, crises, and change. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 138-177.

Rodan, G. (2006) Singapore: globalisation, the state, and politics. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: markets, power and contestation. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic, pp. 137-169.

Rodan, G. (2000) Singapore: information lockdown, business as usual. In: Williams, Louise and Rich, Roland, (eds.) Losing control: freedom of the press in Asia. Asia Pacific Press, Australian National University, Canberra, pp. 169-189.

Rodan, G. (2013) Southeast Asian activism and limits to independent political space. In: Ford, MIchelle, (ed.) Social Activism in Southeast Asia. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 22-39.

Rodan, G. (1996) State-society relations and political opposition in Singapore. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Political oppositions in industrialising Asia. Routledge, London, pp. 95-127.

Rodan, G. (1996) Theorising political opposition in East and Southeast Asia. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Political oppositions in industrialising Asia. Routledge, London, pp. 1-39.

Rodan, G. (2005) Westminster in Singapore: now you see it, now you don’t. In: Patapan, H., Wanna, J. and Weller, P., (eds.) Westminster legacies: democracy and responsible government in Asia and the Pacific. University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, N.S.W., pp. 109-128.

Rodan, G. (1996) A clash of cultures or the convergence of political ideologies? In: Robison, R, (ed.) Pathways to Asia: the politics of engagement. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 29-55.

Rodan, G. (1993) The growth of Singapore's middle class and its political significance. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Singapore changes guard: social, political and economic directions in the 1990s. St. Martin’s Press, New York, pp. 52-71.

Rodan, G. (2002) The implications of the Asian crisis for media control in Asia. In: Beeson, M., (ed.) Reconfiguring East Asia: regional institutions and organisations after the crisis. RoutledgeCurzon Press, London, pp. 61-82.

Rodan, G. (2001) The prospects for civil society and political space in Southeast Asia. In: Amitav, A., Frolic, B.M. and Stubbs , R., (eds.) Democracy, human rights, and civil society in South East Asia. Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies, Toronto, pp. 55-88.

Rodan, G. (1987) The rise and fall of Singapore's 'Second Industrial Revolution'. In: Robison, R., Hewison, K. and Higgott, R., (eds.) Southeast Asia in the 1980s: the politics of economic crisis. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 149-176.

Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2006) Introduction: Globalization, conflict and political regimes in East and Southeast Asia. In: Rodan, G. and Hewison, K., (eds.) Neoliberalism and conflict in Asia after 9/11. Routledge, London, pp. 1-24.

Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R. (2001) Theorising South-East Asia’s boom, bust and recovery. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: conflict, crises, and change. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 1-43.

Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R. (2006) Theorising markets in South-East Asia: power and contestation. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: markets, power and contestation. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic, pp. 1-38.

Rodan, G. and Jayasuriya, K. (2012) Hybrid Regimes: A Social Foundations Approach. In: Haynes, Jeffrey, (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Democratization. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 175-189.

Tull, M. and Reveley, J. (2008) Introduction: Port reform in the Asia-Pacific region. In: Reveley, J. and Tull, M., (eds.) Port privatisation: The Asia-Pacific experience. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 1-16.

Warren, C. (1998) Adat and the discourses of modernity in Bali. In: Vickers, A., Putra, I Nyoman Darma and Ford, Michele, (eds.) To change Bali: Essays in honour of I Gusti Ngurah Bagus. Bali Post, Denpasar, Bali.

Warren, C. (2007) Adat in Balinese discourse and practise: Locating citizenship and the commonweal. In: Henley, D. and Davidson, J., (eds.) The revival of tradition in Indonesian politics: The deployment of Adat from colonialism to indigenism. Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 170-202.

Warren, C. (2002) 'Adat' (Customary Law). In: Levinson, D. and Christensen, K., (eds.) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia. Berkshire Publishing, New York, U.S.A, pp. 13-17.

Warren, C. (1998) Displacing symbols. In: Persoon, G. and Kalland, A., (eds.) Environmental movements in Asia. Curzon Press, Richmond, Surrey, pp. 179-204.

Warren, C. (2007) Made Lebah: Reminiscences from 'jaman setengah Bali'(Half Bali Times). In: Waterson, R., (ed.) Southeast Asian lives: Personal narratives and historical experience. NUS Press, Singapore.

Warren, C. (2009) Off the market? Elusive links in community-based sustainable development initiatives in Bali. In: Warren, C. and McCarthy, J.F., (eds.) Community, environment and local governance in Indonesia: Locating the commonweal. Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 197-226.

Warren, C. (1998) Tanah lot: The political economy of resort development in Bali. In: Hirsch, P. and Warren, C., (eds.) The politics of environment in Southeast Asia: Resources and resistance. Routledge, London, England, pp. 229-261.

Warren, C. and Dawson, G. (2001) The history of women's participation in economic development. In: Kramarae, C. and Spender, D., (eds.) Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women. Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, London, England.

Warren, C. and Hirsch, P. (1998) Through the environmental looking glass: The politics of resources and resistance in Southeast Asia. In: Hirsch, P. and Warren, C., (eds.) The politics of environment in Southeast Asia: Resources and resistance. Routledge, London, England, pp. 1-28.

Warren, C. and McCarthy, J. (2002) Customary regimes and collective goods in the changing political constellation of Indonesia. In: Sargeson, S., (ed.) Collective goods, collective futures in Asia. Routledge, London, England, pp. 75-101.

Warren, C. and McCarthy, J.F. (2009) Communities, environments and local governance in reform era Indonesia. In: Warren, C. and McCarthy, J.F., (eds.) Community, environment and local governance in Indonesia: Locating the commonweal. Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 1-26.

Warren, C. and McCarthy, J.F. (2009) Locating the commonweal. In: Warren, C. and McCarthy, J.F., (eds.) Community, environment and local governance in Indonesia: Locating the commonweal. Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 227-253.

Warren, J. (2012) Climate change, food production and Agrarian society: The Philippines, 1582-2009. In: Yanagisawa, M., Kono, Y., Kozan, O. and Kanzaki, M., (eds.) The Potentiality of Geosphere and Biosphere: Exploring the Tropical Humanosphere. Kyoto University. Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 39-67.

Warren, J.F. (2012) Saltwater slavers and captives in the Sulu Zone, 1768-1898. In: Morgan, P.D., (ed.) Maritime Slavery. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 119-139.

Wilson, I. (2012) Testing the boundaries of the state: Gangs, militias, vigilantes and violent entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 288-301.

Book

Asia Research Centre, (2012) Asia Research Centre: Celebrating 20 years. Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia.

Boyd, J.G. (2011) Japanese-Mongolian relations, 1873-1945: faith, race and strategy. Global Oriental, Folkestone, Kent.

Hameiri, S. (2010) Regulating Statehood: State Building and the Transformation of the Global Order. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY.

Hirsch, P. and Warren, C. (1998) The politics of environment in Southeast Asia: Resources and resistance. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon.

Hughes, C. (2009) Dependent communities: aid and politics in Cambodia and East Timor. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, N.Y. .

Jayasuriya, K. (2005) Reconstituting the global liberal order: Legitimacy and regulation. Routledge, London.

Lucas, A. and Warren, C. (2013) Land for the people: The state and Agrarian conflict in Indonesia. Ohio University Press/Swallow Press, Ohio, U.S.A.

McPherson, K. (2010) `How Best Do We Survive?': A Modern Political History of the Tamil Muslims. Routledge India, New Delhi.

Rodan, G. (2004) Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia. Routledge, London.

Rodan, G. (1989) The political economy of Singapore's industrialization: national state and international capital. Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Rodan, G. and Hughes, C. (2014) The politics of accountability in Southeast Asia: The dominance of moral ideologies. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Tanji, M (2006) Myth, Protest and Struggle in Okinawa. Routledge, London.

Teik, K.B., Hadiz, V.R. and Nakanishi, Y. (eds) (2014) Between dissent and power: The transformation of Islamic politics in the Middle East and Asia. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Warren, C. and Elston, K. (1994) Environmental regulation in Indonesia. University of Western Australia Press/Asia Research Centre on Social, Political and Economic Change. Murdoch University, University of Western Australia, Nedlands.

Warren, C. and McCarthy, J.F. (2009) Community, environment and local governance regimes in Indonesia: Locating the commonweal. Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon.

Working Paper

Hill, D.T. (2011) Indonesian in Australian Universities: A Discussion Paper. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia.

Hill, D.T. (1991) The Press in 'New Order' Indonesia: Entering the 1990s. Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Jayasuriya, K. (2000) The rule of law and regimes of exception in East Asia. Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch, W.A.

Lee, T. (2006) Creativity and cultural globalisation in suburbia: Mediating the Perth-Singapore network. Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.

Lee, T. (2006) Media research and political communication in Singapore. Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.

Lee, T. (2005) Online media and civil society in the "New" Singapore. Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.

Lee, T. (2011) Recalibrating government communication in Singapore: A Post-election analysis. Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.

Lee, T. and Kan, C. (2008) Blogospheric pressures in Singapore: Internet discourses and the 2006 General Election. Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.

Liss, C. (2007) The Privatisation of Maritime Security - Maritime Security in Southeast Asia: Between a rock and a hard place? Murdoch University, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia.

Robison, R. and Rodan, G. (1983) Restructuring Australian Industry: The Case for a More Active State Role. Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. (2004) Neoliberalism and Transparency: Political Versus Economic Liberalism. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. (2006) Singapore ‘Exceptionalism’? Authoritarian Rule and State Transformation. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. (1995) Theoretical Issues and Oppositional Politics in East and Southeast Asia. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2004) Neo-Liberal Globalisation, Conflict and Security: New Life for Authoritarianism in Asia? Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. and Jayasuriya, K. (2006) Conflict and the New Political Participation in Southeast Asia. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Warren, C. (1994) Centre and periphery in Indonesia: Environment, politics and human rights in the regional press in Bali. Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, W.A..

Thesis

Bal, Charanpal (2013) The politics of obedience: Bangladeshi construction workers and the migrant labour regime in Singapore. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Boyd, James Graham (2008) Faith, race and strategy: Japanese-Mongolian relations, 1873-1945. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Carroll, Toby James (2007) The politics of the world bank's socio-institutional neoliberalism. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Hameiri, Shahar (2009) State building or state transformation? Risk management at the fringes of the global order. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Liss, Carolin (2007) Maritime piracy in Southeast Asia and Bangladesh, 1992-2006: a prismatic interpretation of security. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Turner, Donna Isabelle (2007) The Malaysian state and the regulation of labour: from colonial economy to k-economy. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Report

Hill, D.T. (2012) Indonesian Language in Australian Universities: Strategies for a stronger future. Australian Learning and Teaching Council, Perth, Western Australia.

Creative Output

Hill, D.T. (2010) Adrian Vickers interviewed by David Hill. University of Sydney, 25 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Alistair Welsh interviewed by David Hill. Deakin University, 29 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Amrih Widodo interviewed by David Hill. Australian National University, 18 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Andrew Bain interviewed by David Hill. University of Adelaide, 2 July 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Angela Scarino interviewed by David Hill. University of South Australia, 1 July 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Anita Patel interviewed by David Hill. Canberra Indonesian Teachers Association (CITA), 20 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Anne McLaren interviewed by David Hill. Melbourne University, 20 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Anne Pohlman interviewed by David Hill. University of Queensland 22 March 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Antonia Soriente interviewed by David Hill. Naples University L'Orientale, 20 September 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Arndt Graf interviewed by David Hill. Frankfurt University, 8 September 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Barbara Hatley interviewed by David Hill. University of Tasmania, 11 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Barney Glover interviewed by David Hill. Charles Darwin University, 8 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Bill Louden interviewed by David Hill. University of Western Australia, 19 August 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Bob Elson interviewed by David Hill. University of Queensland, 19 March 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Brent Bloffwitch interviewed by David Hill. The Indonesian Teachers' Association of South Australia, 30 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Carmencita Palermo interviewed by David Hill. University of Tasmania, 11 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Damien Kingsbury interviewed by David Hill. Deakin University, 20 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) David Bourchier interviewed by David Hill. University of Western Australia, 16 August 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) David Lovell interviewed by David Hill. Australian Defence Force Academy, 20 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) David Rich interviewed by David Hill. University of Tasmania, 11 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Dean Forbes interviewed by David Hill. Flinders University, 2 July 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Dirk Tomsa interviewed by David Hill. LaTrobe University, 28 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Edwin Wieringa interviewed by David Hill. Cologne University, 10 September 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Elizabeth Morrell interviewed by David Hill. Flinders University, 29 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Firdaus interviewed by David Hill. Flinder University, 29 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Gary Davis & Bill Wade interviewed by David Hill. Charles Darwin University, 8 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Howard Brasted interviewed by David Hill. University of New England, 16 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Ida Nurhayati interviewed by David Hill. Australian Defence Force Academy, 20 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Jeffrey Riegel interviewed by David Hill. University of Sydney, 25 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Jennie Shaw interviewed by David Hill. University of New England, 16 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) John Scott interviewed by David Hill. University of New England, 16 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Juris Austrums & Sigi Zidziunas interviewed by David Hill. Australia Indonesia Business Council, Victoria Chapter, 19 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Kate McGregor and Vannessa Hearman interviewed by David Hill. Melbourne University, 20-21 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Kathryn Symmons interviewed by David Hill. University of Southern Queensland, 15 March 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Kent Anderson interviewed by David Hill. Australian National University, 17 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Kirrilee Hughes interviewed by David Hill. Australian National University, 18 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Kristyn Paul interviewed by David Hill. The Modern Language Teachers Association of South Australia, 30 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Lesley Harbon interviewed by David Hill. University of Sydney, 21 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Michael Ewing interviewed by David Hill. Melbourne University, 21 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Michael Wesley interviewed by David Hill. Lowy Institute, 24 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Michelle Kohler interviewed by David Hill. University of South Australia, 1 July 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Nick Herriman interviewed by David Hill. La Trobe University, 27 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Pamela Allen interviewed by David Hill. University of Tasmania, 13 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Paul Thomas interviewed by David Hill. Monash University, 22 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Rhoderick McNeill and Peter Goodall interviewed by David Hill. University of Southern Queensland, 15 March 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Richard Curtis interviewed by David Hill. Charles Darwin University, 8 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Richard Fotheringham interviewed by David Hill. University of Queensland University, 19 March 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Rini Kristien & Julie Newnman & Carol Egan, interviewed by David Hill. Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, 19 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Robert Cribb interviewed by David Hill. Australian National University, 17 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Rochayah Machali & Peter Collins interviewed by David Hill. University of New South Wales, 18 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Sally-Anne Hodgetts interviewed by David Hill. Charles Darwin University, 8 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Stephen Garton interviewed by David Hill. University of Sydney, 25 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Stephen Miller interviewed by David Hill. University of Tasmania, 14 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Sue Tolbert interviewed by David Hill. Department of Education and Training, Tasmania 14 May 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Susan Elliot interviewed by David Hill. Melbourne University, 20 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Tim Lindsey interviewed by David Hill. University of Melbourne, 27 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Tim Scrase interviewed by David Hill. University of Woolongong, 21 June 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Untung Waluyo interviewed by David Hill. University of Mataram, Lombok Indonesia 16 March 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Vincent Houben interviewed by David Hill. Humbolt University, 27 August 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Yacinta Kurniasih interviewed by David Hill. Monash University, 22 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Hill, D.T. (2010) Yvette Soedarsono interviewed by David Hill. Victorian Indonesian Language Teachers Association (VILTA), 23 April 2010. [Sound Recording] [Creative Output]

Others

Boyd, J.G. and Morris, N. (2006) Australian criticism of Japanese whaling: “Japan-bashing”. AsiaView, 16 (1). p. 5.

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